Radnor, Pennsylvania

Radnor, Pennsylvania

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Like many of the elite communities of Philadelphia's Main Line, Radnor is a picturesque enclave in Radnor Township, Pennsylvania in Delaware County. Part of Radnor is also in Tredyffrin Township, Pennsylvania in Chester County. The unincorporated community is adjacent to Villanova and St. Davids, and is served by the SEPTA R5 and 100 regional train lines.

Once a country retreat for Philadelphia's most prominent families, the community is rich with unique and striking architectural assets, including the estates of Woodcrest (now Cabrini College), Eltonwood (now part of Eastern University), Bolingbroke, Rock Rose, and The Woods.

Places of worship include St. David's Episcopal Church, whose graveyard, and buildings begun in 1715, are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. [ [http://www.stdavidschurch.org/whoweare/index.php?arr1=0,11&itemid=11 St. David’s Church: Who We Are: History.] ] [Cite web
title=Item No.:78002394 NRIS (National Register Information System)
publisher=National Park Service


The community is served by the Radnor Township School District.

The schools serving the community include:
* Radnor Elementary School
* Wayne Elementary School
* Ithan Elementary School
* Radnor Middle School
* Radnor High School

In fiction

Radnor is identified in the script as the setting for Philip Barry's play The Philadelphia Story.


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